Dear Applicant,CONGRATULATIONS! You are IN!Dean Stock at Harvard forwarded your application to us and we absolutely agree that YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO SUCCEED as a second shift floor manager at one of our many nation-wide superstores!We'll see you on March 1 at new employee orientation. Save the date!Sincerely,S. BurkeWal-Mart Recruiting
Dear [applicant],On seven prior occasions we have denied your admission in writing. We now deny it for the eighth time. You must be stupid, stupid, stupid.Sincerely,Great Benefit Law School
Quote from: Iago on January 24, 2006, 04:01:38 PMI JUST did this one like yesterday !!! How random.I did the one from legally blonde, and noticed while I was doing it. I'm a little ashamed to say it, but I actually have seen that movie enough to remember the LSAT practice game problem.
I JUST did this one like yesterday !!! How random.
From: Dean of Admissions, Gopher Gulch Law SchoolTo: AlexdnIn Re Application of AlexdnPetitioner Alexdn applied for admission, and defendant Law School filed a motion for dismissal on the grounds of laziness and no work experience. The court denied defendant's motion and proceeded to the merits, but upon reviewing the full application granted summary judgement against petitioner. On appeal to the full admissions committee, petitioner argued that the initial evaluation of application failed to take into account petitioner's cool "intangible factors". The appeals court, however, noted that petitioner's LSAT score and GPA were too low to qualify for further review of such factors, and thus that the lower court lacked jurisdiction to rule on the merits. The judgement of the lower court was affirmed, and judgement was entered in favor of Law School. ...in other words, f*ck off. Best Wishes,Dean of Admissions